Can Social Enterprise Lead Innovation in Education?
Current education systems are struggling to meet the rapid pace of change and the needs of millions of learners. By offering new thinking on old challenges, social entrepreneurs aim to fill the gaps left open by traditional actors, whether in terms of access, pedagogies or learning tools.
Can social enterprises succeed where traditional actors have failed? Are social entrepreneurs able to drive change in education by pioneering creative solutions and breaking down silos across social, business and public sectors? Experts and practitioners from around the world share their views.
How Business Leaders Can Work With Social Entrepreneurs to Change Education
The best form of innovation in education can be realized through a marriage of frugal...
What Role Can Social Entrepreneurs Play in Education?
Systemic problems require systemic solutions that tackle root causes, solutions that often are based on...
Leading Change in Education: the Role of Social Enterprise
Social entrepreneurs are leading change in education in two ways: challenging the assumptions of education...
How Social Entrepreneurs Can Innovate Education on a Shoestring
Limitation can stimulate social enterprises to innovate at a low cost. This is the DNA...
Why Social Enterprises Can Lead the Way in Education Provision
The educational ecosystem must develop and diversify to enable access to learning on the scale required.
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